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Supernova 1987A continues to mesmerize astronomers

The massive exploding star, dubbed Supernova 1987A, continues to mesmerize astronomers with its spectacular light show even three decades after its discovery on Feb. 23, 1987.

BAS releases new footage of Larsen C crack

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), a research group which is monitoring a miles-long crack in the Larsen C Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula, has warned that a massive block of ice around a qua

Juno spacecraft will stay in its 53-day orbit of Jupiter: NASA

U.S. space agency NASA's Juno spacecraft will remain in its current 53-day orbit of Jupiter for the remainder of its mission, project managers announced.

U.S. space program may be at risk due to faulty Russian rocket engines

U.S. space agency NASA and the U.S. military may be at risk because of a major Russian scandal in which rocket engines were built out of cheap and potentially defective metal.

A look back at Falcon 9’s monumental landing

Elon Musk-led SpaceX made history a year ago by successfully launching a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a satellite into Earth’s orbit, and then safely landing it upright on a landing pad in Cape Canaver

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